Ekko Therapies

A natural way to vitality & wellbeing.

EKKO THERAPIES | Malahide

Shiatsu | Japanese Acupressure Massage | Reflexology | Indian Head Massage | Aromatherapy

A Natural Way to Health & Vitality

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Welcome to Ekko Therapies | Cindy Morrissey

Ekko Therapies are based in the seaside suburb of Malahide, and in Rathmines in Dublin City Centre. I am an accredited therapist in Japanese Acupressure Massage, Shiatsu Chair Massage, Reflexology and Indian Head Massage and a registered member of the Irish Massage and Bodywork Therapist Association and the National Register of Reflexologists Ireland.

Japanese Massage, Shiatsu Chair Massage and Reflexology are respected therapies chosen by many for the prevention and rehabilitation of ill health and mental wellbeing. Each therapy offers a natural approach to a healthy and energetically balanced life.

Prior to qualifying as therapist and setting up Ekko Therapies I have worked over twelve years in the corporate world following a career in administration and operational management.

Health Insurance Refunds

All Irish health insurance providers recognize the benefits of massage and reflexology and offer refunds on treatment fees paid to registered practitioners.

I am a registered therapist with the Irish Massage Therapist and Bodywork Association and the National Register of Reflexologists Ireland. If you have private health insurance with VHI, Irish Life (former Aviva), Glo Health or Laya, you may be entitled to claim back some of the fees paid for treatments depending on your health care plan. Contact your provider for details.

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The future in healthcare is integrative of Eastern and Western medicine.

For 15 years a remarkable collaboration between Eastern and Western medicine has been going on in Vienna's hospitals. The traditional Japanese therapy, Shiatsu, has been offered to patients in five specialist hospitals, alongside Western medical treatment.

Hara Shiatus is based on the same pricinples as Acupuncture but instead of needles, the practicioner uses touch, pressure, stretching and support to help the patient feel more balanced and revitalized.

The aim of shiatsu is not to focus on the patient's symptoms but to strengthen and nourish their Ki, the Japanese word for life energy or vitality. This helps to restore the patients natural healing powers at all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

The question is not Shiatsu or conventional medicine. The answer is that Shiatsu should fit into normal medicine.

120 patients were treated and 80% really improved. About half of the patients improved in a significant way that surpassed all our expectatons.

If you need an artificial hip, a Shiatsu therapist cannot help you. If you want to avoid the artificial hip you're much better of with a Shiatus therapist. There is a whole range of problems and diseases where conventional medicine should be promoted. And then there are problems and diseases … where we should look at other ways of treating. With Shiatsu you fare better, it's cheaper and you attain better health and quality of life.